Celebrate Arbor Day by planting a tree with your family this weekend. Trees provide us with an abundance of benefits:

  • Shade from trees keep our homes cooler.
  • Provide food, protection and a habitat for animals.
  • Release oxygen, improving air quality.
  • Prevent soil erosion.
  • Add privacy and beauty.

Five of our favorites available right now:

#1: Purple Plum Tree
Lightly scented pink flowers appear in spring followed by deep purple foliage. Grows 20-25 ft. tall.

Flowering Purple Plum Tree


#2: Stellar Pink Dogwood
Profuse display of flowers appear in spring. Known for its disease resistance. Grows to 25 ft tall.

Stellar Pink Dogwood Tree


#3: Kwanzan Flowering Cherry
Stunning double flowering cherry tree with dark green foliage and beautiful bark. Grows 30 ft. tall.

Kwanzan Flowering Cherry Tree


#4: Crape Myrtle
Hardy crape myrtle are the perfect option for a summer flowering tree. Many sizes and colors to choose from.

Crape Myrtle


#5: Bloodgood Japanese Maple
The attractive burgundy foliage makes this tree a showstopper in the garden. Grows about 20 ft. tall.

Japanese Maple

Our expansive nursery yard has all these trees and more. We are the largest nursery on Long Island and provide a complete outdoor shopping experience. We offer:

  • Fresh, quality plants in a myriad of size options all sourced from the most trusted growers in the country.
  • Vast selection including every flowering and fruiting tree you can imagine, shade trees, shrubs, roses and other flowering plants, vines, screening plants, evergreens, focal point plants and more.
  • Large, paved walkways throughout the nursery yard.
  • Easy, fast and stress-free process for you to find and select exactly what you’re looking for.
  • Display gardens that inspire and help you choose the right plants for your garden in either sun or shade.
  • One year guarantee on trees and shrubs. Two years if we plant it for you.

“It’s like a walk in the park! I always come back for the selection and quality.”    – Richard, New Hyde Park, NY


Additional Information:

How to Plant Trees & Shrubs

How to Water